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Old 05-09-09, 05:17 AM   #73
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Default Re: X-Men Origins: Wolverine

That's just normal UE3 pop-in... sometimes it takes a long time, for random reasons. I haven't had that issue with Wolverine though, everything pops in pretty quick.

Also, you could have just forced v-synch through your control panel... it works.
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Old 05-09-09, 05:40 AM   #74
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That's just normal UE3 pop-in... sometimes it takes a long time, for random reasons.

Also, you could have just forced v-synch through your control panel... it works.
No, it would never "pop-in" how long or close or from which side I stayed. So it is a bug, maybe with some hardware/drivers.

And VSync forcing on ATI does not work. Which reminds me: The ATI Control Panel sucks! It does not even support automatic and individual game/application profiles. I miss my 8800GTX that just died forcing me to get a good replacement (at that time ATI was the best bang for the buck).
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(at that time ATI was the best bang for the buck).
Not with ATI drivers it wasn't
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And VSync forcing on ATI does not work. Which reminds me: The ATI Control Panel sucks! It does not even support automatic and individual game/application profiles. I miss my 8800GTX that just died forcing me to get a good replacement (at that time ATI was the best bang for the buck).
so sorry that you have to suffer with ATI
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Not with ATI drivers it wasn't
ATI cards are fine, and their drivers are ok too. It's just the control panel and options that suck. And still do.
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If anybody has finished this game can somebody please tell how you are suppose to get past the gunmen on the second helicopter in chapter with zero. I have read the walkthroughs but they aren't specific enough and I keep failing. I have been trying for 4 hours now. I really need some help. Game was great fun till this point.

Its the helicopter with the gunman were the in game menu says I need to use the left anologue stick to duck and then rapidly tap x. Problem is I only get one hit on the helicopter and then I am too slow to beat the gunman. I can only get one hit on the helicopter.
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I downloaded a save file so i could play on hard on the very first run. Does anyone know is im missing out on something by doing that?

Im talking about collectable items, upgrades and that kind of stuff.
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